Forming contradicting identities to men in male-dominated movements (like the anti-war movement), women shaped their own identities in defining women's needs. Women imagined a new society without gender oppression as anti-war activists - men and women - imagined a world without colonialism. The new world for the anti-war movement referred to Marxism. At first, this search found new Western variants like Sartre’s, as briefly described in the Conference agenda, included under Women’s Liberation.
Women's Liberation - What Does It Mean?